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In this section you'll find photographic features that explore holidays and photography courses, details about members meetings, trials and tribulations of installing new software along with general discussions on the art and business of photography.

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John Duder explains the merits of adding a wide-angle lens to your camera bag while also issuing a word of caution about this useful bit of kit.

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Here are 16 photography subjects you can capture in a city, plus tips on how to photograph them. Ideas include capturing reflections, shooting macro images, hunting out patterns and more.

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Adding a frame to your shot, either while composing or back home, has various advantages as you'll find out from reading today's top tips.

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Looking forward to spending some time outdoors with your camera as the weather warms up? Well, we have a collection of top wood-themed tutorials for you to peruse for inspiration.

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At the coast this long weekend? Have a read of our top beach photography techniques to give you some ideas on what/how to photograph all things coastal.

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Embrace wet weather and learn to shoot creative, fun images of water drops, puddles, lakes and more as we share our tutorials on rainy-day themed photography.

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We share ten top ways you can photograph water, and a few tips on how you can capture cracking shots of each water-based subject, too.

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There are loads to go out and shoot this coming spring and here's a round-up of some spring photo opportunities for you to capture.

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John Duder is back, sharing his wisdom on buying cameras and why you should, if possible, actually get hold of the camera you wish to own before spending any cash.

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If the weather's not playing ball here are a few photography ideas to keep you busy which you can still capture outside and enjoy a spot of fresh air.

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Looking for somewhere you can take pictures and entertain the kids? Have a look at these top ideas which cover both indoor and outdoor locations so you have options whatever the weather.

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Here, we find out why an electronic viewfinder can be a useful piece of kit for your cameras.

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